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Historic Marker: BLACK RIVER CANAL
On NYS 12 In Boonville Boonville NY
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Black River Canal Site Of Lock 71, Summit Level; 710 Feet Above Rome; From Here Water Flowed North To St Lawrence, South To Mohawk ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: BLACK RIVER CANAL
NYS 46 At Entrance To Pixley Falls Park Boonville NY
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Black River Canal Site Of The Once Famous Five Combines-World's Record For Number Of Canal Locks; Canal Has 109 Locks In 35 Miles Of Waterway ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: BOONVILLE
On NYS 12-D In Boonville Boonville NY
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Boonville Settled 1795; Named For Gerrit Boon, Native Leyden, Holland, Agent Of Holland Land Co.; Town Formed 1805; Village Incorporated 1855 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
So. Side James St., Boonville Boonville NY
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First Presbyterian Church Society Organized 1805 Present Edifice Built 1855-1856 Re-Dedication 1955 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: OLD FRENCH ROAD
On NYS 12, 1 Mile S.E. Of Boonville Boonville NY
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Old French Road Built By French Colonists, 1790 On Way To Settle Castorland; First Road To North Country, Following An Iroquois War Trail. ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: POST HOUSE, 1817
Boonville NY
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Post House, 1817 First Used As A School Later Bought With Large Tract Of Land By John G. Post Passed From Family In 1905 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Boonville Black River Canal Museum
Rt 12 & MainStreet Boonville NY 13309
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